🏎️ BUGATTI: Legacy of The Veyron

PLUS: Ugliest yet fastest cars, Corvettes DELAYED, and More

If you grew up in the mid-2000s, the Bugatti Veyron was THE car. It was this generation’s Mclaren F1. I still remember seeing one in Palo Alto, CA for the first time in 2008. The presence was commanding and unlike anything else. This issue does a deep dive into the Bugatti Veyron and also covers a ton of other topics like the UAW strike delaying the Z06.


Poll Of The Day

Do you prefer the Bugatti EB110, Veyron, or Chiron?

All are fantastic hypercars. Choose your fighter.

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As a follow-up to last issue’s poll, we saw that 44% of folks love the BMW i8 and that it’s worthy of Top Gear’s best car of the past 30 years. The majority still think the i8 is a great car, but it isn’t THE best car of the past 30 years.

The Deep Dive

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Interesting Links & Videos to Check Out

Writing about a Veyron is one thing… but seeing it is another. We had to include this video review of the Veyron from 12 years ago by Top Gear.

The 90s and Early 2000s were all about the super sedans. This race from Hagerty is a nice race between some of the most iconic sedans of the 90s including the M5.

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